Genetically modified (GM) mosquitoes Aedes aegypti mosquitoes spread viruses including dengue, Zika, and chikungunya. Aedes mosquitoes are common throughout many areas of the United States. Ae. aegypti mosquitoes can be genetically modified and used to control other Ae. aegypti mosquitoes in a community.Jun 28, 2021

1. Dengue fever infections in Laos rise to 4,087 - Laos News

  • Author: laosnews.net
  • Updated: 2022-09-25
  • Rated: 78/100 ⭐ (8998 votes)
  • High rate: 78/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 56/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Dengue fever infections in Laos rise to 4,087
  • Matched Content: Laos recorded four deaths from dengue fever, including two in Lao capital Vientiane and two in Saravan province. The Lao health authorities 
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  • Edited by: Ivonne Birck

2. Dengue fever cases surpass 11,000 in Laos - Outbreak News Today

  • Author: googleweblight.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-25
  • Rated: 96/100 ⭐ (9294 votes)
  • High rate: 99/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 65/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Dengue fever cases surpass 11,000 in Laos
  • Matched Content: The number of dengue fever cases continue their rise in Laos as health Dengue has a wide spectrum of infection outcome (asymptomatic to 
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Deborah Asel

3. Dengue fever infections in Laos rise to 4087 - Xinhua

  • Author: news.cn
  • Updated: 2022-09-25
  • Rated: 89/100 ⭐ (2146 votes)
  • High rate: 89/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 46/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Dengue fever infections in Laos rise to 4087
  • Matched Content: Laos recorded four deaths from dengue fever, including two in Lao capital Vientiane and two in Saravan province. The Lao health authorities 
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Rachael Hein

4. Laos: 2022 Dengue - FluTrackers News and Information

  • Author: flutrackers.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-24
  • Rated: 97/100 ⭐ (5491 votes)
  • High rate: 97/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 44/100 ⭐
  • Summary: FluTrackers News and Information
  • Matched Content: Source: https://www.urdupoint.com/en/miscellaneous/dengue-fever-infections-in-laos-rise-to-4087-1530217.html Dengue Fever Infections In Laos 
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  • Edited by: Marietta Carlita

5. Can tiny bacteria help stop the spread of disease?

  • Author: who.int
  • Updated: 2022-09-24
  • Rated: 99/100 ⭐ (9722 votes)
  • High rate: 99/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 54/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Can tiny bacteria help stop the spread of disease?
  • Matched Content: Mosquitoes kill an estimated 700 000 people a year by transmitting viruses that cause diseases like chikungunya, dengue and Zika. With the 
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  • Edited by: Rois Herod

6. Bacteria-Laced Mosquitoes Limit Spread of Dengue - The Scientist

  • Author: the-scientist.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-24
  • Rated: 89/100 ⭐ (4548 votes)
  • High rate: 89/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 44/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Laced Mosquitoes Limit Spread of Dengue
  • Matched Content: Researchers have infected Aedes aegypti mosquitoes—the species responsible for passing on many diseases—with bacteria called Wolbachia with 
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  • Edited by: Dacie Arlin

7. Laos to breed bacteria in mosquitoes to prevent diseases including

  • Author: thestar.com.my
  • Updated: 2022-09-24
  • Rated: 68/100 ⭐ (7694 votes)
  • High rate: 89/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 65/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Laos to breed bacteria in mosquitoes to prevent diseases including
  • Matched Content: Dengue fever infections on the rise in Laos VIENTIANE, Sept 6 (Laotian Times): The Ministry of Health will test the use of a new breed of  
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  • Edited by: Essie Barcellona

8. Genetically Modified Mosquitoes

  • Author: cdc.gov
  • Updated: 2022-09-23
  • Rated: 66/100 ⭐ (6169 votes)
  • High rate: 98/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 55/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Genetically Modified Mosquitoes 2022
  • Matched Content: Aedes aegypti mosquitoes spread viruses including dengue, Zika, Instead, GM mosquitoes are meant to help prevent disease outbreaks.
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Mina Cello

9. World Mosquito Day 2022: List of vector-borne diseases caused by

  • Author: hindustantimes.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-23
  • Rated: 77/100 ⭐ (4949 votes)
  • High rate: 77/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 56/100 ⭐
  • Summary: borne diseases caused by
  • Matched Content: Vector-borne diseases that are transmitted by mosquitoes include malaria, leptospirosis, dengue, chikungunya etc.
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  • Edited by: Carin Dyane

10. Mosquitoes Add Bacteria to Water to Help Larvae Grow: Preprint

  • Author: the-scientist.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-23
  • Rated: 68/100 ⭐ (9292 votes)
  • High rate: 87/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 64/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Mosquitoes Add Bacteria to Water to Help Larvae Grow
  • Matched Content: Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, carriers of many devastating diseases including dengue, Zika, and yellow fever, thrive in a variety of 
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Florrie Fee

11. Bacteria-Laced Mosquitoes Limit Spread of Dengue

  • Author: the-scientist.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-23
  • Rated: 76/100 ⭐ (6859 votes)
  • High rate: 78/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 54/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Laced Mosquitoes Limit Spread of Dengue
  • Matched Content: Mosquito-borne diseases such as malaria, dengue, and Zika sicken These mosquitoes go on to mate (but not reproduce) with local wild 
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  • Edited by: Helena Fonda

12. WHO Warns Surge in Water-Borne Diseases Could Spell 'Second

  • Author: weather.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-22
  • Rated: 96/100 ⭐ (6921 votes)
  • High rate: 99/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 55/100 ⭐
  • Summary: WHO Warns Surge in Water
  • Matched Content: "Consumption of contaminated water in flood-hit areas was leading to a surge in diseases including cholera, malaria, dengue and diarrhoea," said 
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  • Edited by: Lesli Buller

13. WHO warns of '2nd disaster' in Pakistan amid fears of water-born

  • Author: business-standard.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-22
  • Rated: 87/100 ⭐ (4815 votes)
  • High rate: 87/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 44/100 ⭐
  • Summary: WHO warns of '2nd disaster' in Pakistan amid fears of water
  • Matched Content: "Consumption of contaminated water in flood-hit areas was leading to a surge in diseases including cholera, malaria, dengue and diarrhoea," 
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  • Edited by: Winna Darn

14. WHO Warns Of 'Second Disaster' In Flood-Hit Pakistan - menafn

  • Author: menafn.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-22
  • Rated: 67/100 ⭐ (7793 votes)
  • High rate: 77/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 56/100 ⭐
  • Summary: WHO Warns Of 'Second Disaster' In Flood
  • Matched Content: 'Consumption of contaminated water in flood-hit areas was leading to a surge in diseases including cholera, malaria, dengue and diarrhoea,' 
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  • Edited by: Amelita Dhruv

15. WHO warns of 'second disaster' in flood-hit Pakistan - Islamabad News

  • Author: fresherslive.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-22
  • Rated: 98/100 ⭐ (4375 votes)
  • High rate: 98/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 45/100 ⭐
  • Summary: WHO warns of 'second disaster' in flood
  • Matched Content: "Consumption of contaminated water in flood-hit areas was leading to a surge in diseases including cholera, malaria, dengue and diarrhoea," 
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Lelia Buddy

16. WHO raises alarm over 'second disaster' in flood-hit Pakistan

  • Author: tribune.com.pk
  • Updated: 2022-09-22
  • Rated: 79/100 ⭐ (2236 votes)
  • High rate: 79/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 65/100 ⭐
  • Summary: WHO raises alarm over 'second disaster' in flood
  • Matched Content: Body's chief warns of outbreak of water-borne diseases in Sindh. a surge in diseases including cholera, malaria, dengue and diarrhoea.
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Jamie French

17. Diseases Spread by Mosquitoes - WebMD

  • Author: webmd.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-21
  • Rated: 97/100 ⭐ (3318 votes)
  • High rate: 97/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 66/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Diseases Spread by Mosquitoes
  • Matched Content: Diseases Spread by Mosquitoes · Zika · Dengue · West Nile · Malaria · Yellow Fever · Chikungunya · La Crosse Encephalitis · Rift Valley Fever.
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Gillian Bender

18. Dengue fever and insecticide resistance in Aedes mosquitoes in

  • Author: biomedcentral.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-21
  • Rated: 68/100 ⭐ (5171 votes)
  • High rate: 87/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 65/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Dengue fever and insecticide resistance in Aedes mosquitoes in
  • Matched Content: Dengue fever is the most important mosquito-borne viral disease in Dengue is re-emerging in Laos, with several reported outbreaks 
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Elenore Eunice

19. Vietnam releases dengue-blocking mosquito - NBC News

  • Author: nbcnews.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-21
  • Rated: 68/100 ⭐ (5138 votes)
  • High rate: 89/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 64/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Vietnam releases dengue blocking mosquito
  • Matched Content: All her mosquitoes have been intentionally infected with bacteria called Wolbachia, which essentially blocks them from getting dengue. And if 
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Gabriela Femmine

20. Dengue-blocking mosquito released in Vietnam; bacteria could be

  • Author: citynews.ca
  • Updated: 2022-09-20
  • Rated: 86/100 ⭐ (6715 votes)
  • High rate: 89/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 64/100 ⭐
  • Summary: blocking mosquito released in Vietnam; bacteria could be
  • Matched Content: All her mosquitoes have been intentionally infected with bacteria called Wolbachia, which essentially blocks them from getting dengue.
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Nathalia Handler

21. Vietnam releases dengue-blocking mosquito - AP News

  • Author: apnews.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-14
  • Rated: 88/100 ⭐ (4883 votes)
  • High rate: 88/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 55/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Vietnam releases dengue blocking mosquito
  • Matched Content: All her mosquitoes have been intentionally infected with bacteria called “The dengue virus couldn't grow in the mosquito as well if the 
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Iris Bills

22. Dengue virus infection - Australian Government Department of Health

  • Author: health.gov.au
  • Updated: 2022-09-11
  • Rated: 98/100 ⭐ (5625 votes)
  • High rate: 98/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 55/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Australian Government Department of Health
  • Matched Content: Dengue virus infection (also called dengue fever) is caused by a virus carried by mosquitoes. Dengue fever is an illness that is similar to 
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Rochell Herminia

23. Vietnam releases dengue-blocking mosquito - Yahoo Finance

  • Author: googleweblight.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-10
  • Rated: 87/100 ⭐ (3727 votes)
  • High rate: 87/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 5/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Vietnam releases dengue blocking mosquito
  • Matched Content: All her mosquitoes have been intentionally infected with bacteria called Wolbachia, which essentially blocks them from getting dengue.
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Manya Graniah

24. Mosquito-Borne Diseases

  • Author: cdc.gov
  • Updated: 2022-09-09
  • Rated: 78/100 ⭐ (7312 votes)
  • High rate: 78/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 45/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Borne Diseases Mosquito 2022
  • Matched Content: Diseases that are spread to people by mosquitoes include Zika virus, West Nile virus, Chikungunya virus, dengue, and malaria.
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Hilary Forster

25. Male mosquitoes don't want your blood, but they still find you very

  • Author: theconversation.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-09
  • Rated: 79/100 ⭐ (8653 votes)
  • High rate: 79/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 45/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Male mosquitoes don't want your blood, but they still find you very
  • Matched Content: Only female mosquitoes drink blood, which is how they spread deadly diseases like dengue fever and malaria. Males mosquitoes are harmless, 
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Jolene Gamal

26. Govt: Rainy season will bring diseases

  • Author: thestar.com.my
  • Updated: 2022-09-07
  • Rated: 76/100 ⭐ (1212 votes)
  • High rate: 79/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 46/100 ⭐
  • Summary: Rainy season will bring diseases
  • Matched Content: People have been warned to brace themselves for a dengue fever Laos to breed bacteria in mosquitoes to prevent diseases including dengue.
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Velvet Dame

27. Protection, balm, heat: How to make mosquito bites less bothersome

  • Author: thestar.com.my
  • Updated: 2022-09-07
  • Rated: 86/100 ⭐ (1216 votes)
  • High rate: 89/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 45/100 ⭐
  • Summary: How to make mosquito bites less bothersome
  • Matched Content: Start with mosquito repellents, though check out the ingredients. to breed bacteria in mosquitoes to prevent diseases including dengue.
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Tania Croft

28. How Do Antibiotics Work? - Live Science

  • Author: livescience.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-04
  • Rated: 96/100 ⭐ (3269 votes)
  • High rate: 99/100 ⭐
  • Low rate: 65/100 ⭐
  • Summary: How Do Antibiotics Work?
  • Matched Content: Many antibiotics, including penicillin, work by attacking the cell wall of bacteria. Specifically, the drugs prevent the bacteria from 
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Sheilah Holder